235 x 320 mm, 192pp
74 photographs + 3 illustrations
Softback with single signature, folded with foot and fore edges uncut, singer-sewn.
Includes 13 transcripts from various sources and an essay by Professor Peter Phillips
Published by HerePress
Edition of 1250
A local bar in the town of Monte Rio. It was once a hotspot for Grove members looking to mingle with the neighbouring town's locals. It has since closed.
A collection of protest paraphernalia collected over Mary Moore’s life. Several small cabins are situated on her property each containing archives of her protests
It has long been rumoured that Jim and Artie Mitchell, pornographer brothers who became frequenters of the Grove, were the Grove’s main supplier of strippers and high-class call girls.
Alleged to be the location at which prostitutes from San Fransisco stay during the summer encampment
Every year, during the Grove encampment, Greg bears witness to members entering the Grove and uploads the videos to his anti-establishment YouTube channel. He became aware of the Bohemian Grove through Alex Jones’ documentary.